Welcome to Pant Memorial Hall!

Welcome to Pant Memorial Hall! A community venue for all sorts of events, run entirely by volunteers.

UPDATE 26th June: The trustees of Pant Memorial Hall continue to monitor government  guidance, and a working party is meeting weekly via zoom to formulate a  plan of action for committee approval.

While community buildings in England can reopen from July 4, the current government information status is ‘further guidance coming soon’. We are strongly discouraged from holding some events and it is very difficult to know where to set boundaries. At present we do not anticipate being able to take bookings before September. We continue to plan for reopening and for the measures that we will have to take, and will update as the situation evolves. Thanks for your patience, please bear with us and we wish everyone well.

We will continue to update here and on our social media feeds as we have news. Read more here on our closure information page.

There are still ways to support us while the hall is not open for bookings:

  1. Like, share or even pledge to our project to fund comfy chairs! Click on this link and login to like, share or support. Thank you!
  2. Do your online shopping via Giveasyoulive, we get a small commission at no extra cost to you. Over 4000 retailers are part of the scheme. Click here to see how it works and to join.
  3. Send a postcard from Pant! Buy a postcard of our artwork and support the hall! Just £2 for five cards including UK postage – click the link to buy. Thank you!

The committee are still contactable and we’d love to hear from you. Most updates will be posted on our facebook page, @pantmemorialhall or see the feed at the bottom of the page.

In normal times there is always lots going on –  have a look at our calendar or see our events page to see what would be happening in other circumstances. We hope we’ll be able to host events before too long.



The hall has a large (160 sq m) and airy main room, a smaller committee/training room, toilets (including disabled facilities) and a kitchen with a counter-top convection oven and plenty of crockery and cutlery to allow serving of pre-prepared food. There is a car park and a fenced play area behind the hall, and the premises are fully wheelchair accessible. The hall caters for gatherings of up to 100 people.

The Hall Hire charge is £10 per hour all-in, with discounts for regular users. That’s for the whole building plus time to set up and clear up.

Quick links: how to book the hall , general FAQ and children’s party information and hints.


The hall is the village war memorial and contains two more – read all about our commemorations here. Founded in 1922, we value our history but we never stand still!

Pant Memorial Hall is run by Pant Memorial Institute, registered charity 240435. The committee are all unpaid volunteers, responsible for maintaining the village’s valuable asset. New committee members are always welcome.Small time commitment, big rewards. Have a look on the get involved page and please get in touch. Don’t leave it to ‘them’ – make it you!


The hall is on the main A483 through Pant, by the (working!) red phone box and almost opposite the village shop. Directions and transport information on this link.


The hall is run by volunteers – we will respond to messages as soon as we can.

bookings email: bookings@pantmemorialhall.org.uk

or phone the booking mobile: 07913 565708

general enquiries email: secretary@pantmemorialhall.org.uk

(you may also hear from us as pantmemorialhall@gmail.com if you use hotmail – don’t worry, it is still us!)

Make a donation via paypal with the button below – all support most welcome.

GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATIONS: Pant Memorial Institute (Pant Memorial Hall) uses personal data for the purposes of managing the hall, its bookings and finances, running and marketing events at the hall, paying contractors and its fundraising activities. Data may be retained for up to seven years for accounts purposes and longer where required by the hall’s insurers. If you would like to find out more about how we use personal data or want to see a copy of information about you that we hold, please contact the committee secretary.

Page last updated: 26th June 2020